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The Law And Order: SVU Character Everyone Likely Forgot Jeremy Jordan Played

Tony-nominated (per Broadway World) actor Jeremy Jordan is perhaps best known for playing Winslow "Winn" Schott Jr., son of the Toyman, during the first three seasons of The CW's "Supergirl." The actor would repeatedly return to the role between starring in other projects, and playing Schott led to guest-starring roles on shows like "The Flash." He was also a regular on the NBC musical series "Smash" and appeared in the 2014 film "The Last Five Years" with Anna Kendrick (per IMDb).

Among those other projects keeping Jordan busy between stints on Broadway and big-screen endeavors like "Joyful Noise" were two guest-starring roles on NBC's storied "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." The two characters the actor played on the show were completely disparate but proved he had skills that ranged beyond those of your typical song-and-dance man. In case you forgot, here are the names of the men Jeremy Jordan portrayed on "Law and Order: SVU." 

Jordan had two different SVU roles

Jeremy Jordan first appeared on "SVU" in 2008 during its ninth season. The actor had a supporting role in Episode 11, "Streetwise," in which his character Doug Walshen is the boyfriend of the episode's murder victim. Shelby (Natalie Hall) was a rich socialite, and the squad initially suspects that Doug killed her. But the investigation leads them to another doorstep — and a group of street kids who are led by a charismatic father figure.

Jordan's second "SVU" role was that of Skye Adderson, a Hollywood celebrity who initially seems to be just a possible witness to the sexual assault of a 15-year-old named Madison Baker (Madison Grace) at a party held at the home of movie star Scott Russo (Shiloh Fernandez) during Episode 11 of Season 16, "Agent Provocateur." Baker is stuffed in a suitcase and left for dead, but is rescued in time and able to give testimony. The detectives try to obtain footage of the party from Russo's security cameras but are stymied, only to have some of the footage air on a TMZ-like show headed by Lenny Simmons (John Pankow). Simmons then refuses to tell the detectives how he got the tape. Though Russo goes on trial for her attempted murder, Skye proves to be the real perpetrator.  

These two totally different men definitely show that Jordan has a wide range of skills, and made quite the impression.

If you or anyone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, help is available. Visit the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network website or contact RAINN's National Helpline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).